Bonnely said that “By offering this 12 week bootcamp concept to our audience of more than one hundred thousand users in markets with high levels of migration, and providing them with an opportunity to join the digital economy.”
“We have found the Academia Hack team and brand adapt perfectly to our markets, and we’re confident that we can provide our future students with a very well structured and successful teaching methodology, that will help them access a global employment marketplace,” added the CEO of Buskeros.com.
On his part, Santelmo highlighted Buskeros’ job and career development functions and their perfect synergies with Academia Hack. “The most important thing we can do for our students is help them find a job, even before they have finished our 12 week intensive Web Development course,” —he said, and added—“and we believe that Buskeros provides that function perfectly, so we’re extremely happy and enthusiastic about the prospects of our regional deployment.”
“Our initial goal is to graduate 100 Full-stack Web Developers in 2020, in the Dominican Republic and Central America,” revealed Santelmo.
Buskeros and Academia Hack plan to start accepting nominations to Academia Hack Santo Domingo starting on February 1st.
SOURCE Buskeros Inc.
Edited by Gordana Davila